Stop Juggling Your Time, Space and Money!

Sunday, January 28, 2001

Professional Organizer Janet L. Hall and Contemporary Prosperity Advisor Paula Langguth Ryan will present their "OverHall" Your Life For More Space, Time and Money & Break the Debt Cycle -- For Good! seminar on Sunday, Feb. 4, from 1:30-4:3O p.m. at the Christ
Unity Church, 105 McBrien Rd.

The workshop "combines practical and metaphysical principles to help you create balance in your life, reduce chaos, build real wealth, eliminate debt
and harness the energy of money, time and space so that every decision you make brings you closer to your lifelong dreams."

Paula Langguth Ryan is the author of Bounce Back From Bankruptcy: A Step-By-Step Guide to Getting Back on Your Financial Feet and the forthcoming book Break
the Debt Cycle -For Good! and has appeared on countless television and radio shows, including PBS' "Financial Freedom" and WOR's "Smart Money With the Dolans," and has been featured in various
publications, including Your Money and Unity. She is the editor of The Art of Abundance c-zinc.

Janet L. Hall is the creator of "The 5 W's of Organizing, a TEASER, and a "TICKLE "TM," out of which came her unique seminars. The owner of OverHall
Consulting, Hall writes for over a dozen magazines and has a monthly e-zine, OverHall iT! Hall is also the expert columnist at Commitment.com, conducts international teleclasses and offers corporate
organizing programs.

OverHall Your Life & Break the Debt Cycle is open to the public. A donation/love offering will be received (suggested donation is $25). For additional information, or to reserve seats, call Christ Unity Church at 892-4960.


10596 Fielding Road Will Be Closed Jan. 25

Hunter Kicks Off 70th Anniversary Year With New Exhibition

"Prison Break 1864! The Great Escape Of The American Civil War" Program Is Feb. 5


The Hamilton County Highway Department reports they will close 10596 Fielding Road on Tuesday from 8 a.m.-4 p.m. for drainage tile replacement. This is near the intersection with Baker Boy Drive ... (click for more)

The Hunter Museum turns 70 this year and will celebrate the milestone with a yearlong focus on collecting. To kick off the celebration, the Hunter opens Beyond the Frame: Celebrating 70 Years ... (click for more)

Chickamauga and Chattanooga National Military Park will present a special one-hour and 45-minute ranger-led car caravan tour that will explore the story of the 1864 Libby Prison break and its ... (click for more)



Happenings

10596 Fielding Road Will Be Closed Jan. 25

The Hamilton County Highway Department reports they will close 10596 Fielding Road on Tuesday from 8 a.m.-4 p.m. for drainage tile replacement. This is near the intersection with Baker Boy Drive in the Hamilton on Hunter subdivision. The road will be closed to all traffic as there will be an open trench most of the day. Detours will be posted. (click for more)

Hunter Kicks Off 70th Anniversary Year With New Exhibition

The Hunter Museum turns 70 this year and will celebrate the milestone with a yearlong focus on collecting. To kick off the celebration, the Hunter opens Beyond the Frame: Celebrating 70 Years of Collecting on Friday. Beyond the Frame: Celebrating 70 Years of Collecting will be on view until May 1. The exhibition showcases the wide range of the Hunter’s American art collection, ... (click for more)

Breaking News

Signal Mountain Considering Best Way To Spend $1.2 Million In Stimulus Funds, $998,000 TDEC Grant

The town of Signal Mountain has received $1.2 million from the American Rescue Plan and will get a second installment next year from the federal government. It also has gotten $998,000 from the Tennessee Department of Environment and Conservation. Discussion about how to spend these grants took place at the town council meeting Monday night. Interim Town Manager Mitchell Moore ... (click for more)

Hamilton County Has 14 More COVID Deaths, 5 Since Friday; 467 New Cases

The Hamilton County Health Department on Monday reported 467 new positive COVID-19 cases, down from 670 on Friday. The total number of cases in the county now stands at 84,442. There were 14 more deaths from the virus in Hamilton County reported on Monday, for a total of 971. Officials with the Hamilton County Health Department said nine are deaths added as part of the review ... (click for more)

Opinion

Earl Freudenberg: Johnny Haynes Overcame His Disability To Become A Police Department Fixture

Johnny Haynes was a special person. Under almost clear skies and 45 degree temperatures, he was buried Saturday afternoon when a small group of his friends gathered at Greenwood Cemetery off Wilcox Boulevard for the committal service. The retired Chattanooga Police Department employee has been my friend since 1962. The Central High School graduate was born with polio but was ... (click for more)

Employers Broke The Social Contract - And Response

Along with our trust, most employers are going to need to give those who participated in the great resignation something to hold onto. The cliché during the pandemic is that we’re all in the same storm, not the same boat. Some of you are in yachts while the rest of us are drowning, grasping at driftwood. For some it’s being deep in medical debt, for others they suffer from burnout ... (click for more)